Re: Cleaning House

Chris Wilson wrote:
> Patrick H. Lauke wrote:
>> Also, as was already hinted at in this thread, it's unlikely that
>> mainstream browsers will actually implement the draconian parsing...and
>> that's fine by me, I wouldn't insist on something like the
>> "non-well-formed XHTML sent as application/xhtml+xml" error handling.
> Not sure what you mean.  I would insist, if the XHTML were identified with an XML mime type, that it require XML well-formedness.  If I had wanted to "support XHTML" by just piping "application/xml+xhtml" content through our tag-soup parser, I would have done that in IE7.  :)
Yes, please!!!  Absolutely have IE refuse to process the page if a 
document that claims to be XHTML (anything) is not well formed. Please 
Please Please.  Stop the madness!

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Received on Thursday, 3 May 2007 19:17:33 UTC